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THE SUSPECTED CASE OF POISONING AT RICHMOND.

THE SUSPECTED CASE OF POISONING AT RICHMOND.

On Friday the adjourned examination of Mr. Thomas Smethurst, surgeon, charged with causing the death of Eliza Banks, by administering to her small doses of poison from time to time, was resumed at the Petty Sessions House, Richmond, before Edward Penryn, Esq., and a full bench o
22 May 1859 - Weekly Mail (London) - London, London, England
 
LLHACHETTE and CO., publishers of the works s of Lamartine, Victor Hugo, Michelet, About, Saintinc, Vapereau, Bauillet, Lefaye, Noel et

LLHACHETTE and CO., publishers of the works s of Lamartine, Victor Hugo, Michelet, About, Saintinc, Vapereau, Bauillet, Lefaye, Noel et

Chapsal, Figuer, Pouillet, &c., &c., supply catalogues of their Educational and Classical, Scientific, and General Literature gratis on application. The Chemins de Per, or railway editions of standard original Works, at U. and 2f.per volume. L. Hachette and Co, French publishers
22 May 1859 - Weekly Mail (London) - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS-Tummy.

HOUSE OF LORDS-Tummy.

The Superannuation Bill, the Combination of Workmen Bill, and the Municipal Elections Bill having heed read a second time, their lordships adjourned. HOUSE OF COMMONS-TUESDAY. CONSOLIDATION FUND (APPROPRIATION) BILL.—On the motion for the second reading of this bill, Sir B. HALL
17 April 1859 - Weekly Mail (London) - London, London, England
 
Latest Australian Shipping.

Latest Australian Shipping.

111sutorwrz.-Arrived : Dec. 17, Maidstone, from Southampton. 18, Belle of the Seas, Heather Bell, and Indemnity, from London. 21, Sussex and Ame la Augusta, from London. 23, Tasmania, from Liverpool. 2/, Prince Mired (ss), from Milford Haven. 27, Virginia, Clyde; Meteor, Royal C
03 April 1859 - Weekly Mail (London) - London, London, England
 
THE LIST FOLLET.

THE LIST FOLLET.

EARLY 11115 WEEK died Miss CLARKE, milliner and else, of Regent-street. She has left 80,000/: in money and pictures, with a solemn desire that she may be interred in point lace. Could a Filly woman's vanity go further? POPE has told us of one who wished, as she was dying, that a
03 April 1859 - Weekly Mail (London) - London, London, England
 
THAMES

THAMES

COMMITTAL OF A DESPERATE BURGLAR ARD Daniel Shea, a most active and notorious thiff, aged 20, was brought before Mr. Elliott, charged with stealing seven sheets of new copper, value 48s. the property of Messrs. Dowson and Worth, shipbuilders, Of Bridge-dock, Limehouse. —The pris
03 April 1859 - Weekly Mail (London) - London, London, England
 
ANOMALOUS VERDICTS.

ANOMALOUS VERDICTS.

On Tuesday, at the Kingston Assizes, Mr. Baron Martin was engaged on the trial of two females, charged with disposing of their illegitimate children. The first was Mary Jones, aged 19. The prisoner was in an almost fainting state during the trial, and appeared to be hardly consc
03 April 1859 - Weekly Mail (London) - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT

The above Court resumed the sittings for the July session on Monday morning. The first edition of the calender con tains the names of 55. prisoners. Roars WITIT VIOLIIINCE.—RAprt. -.Verrill, 22, and - Jose/A Taylor, 34, were itilieted for a robbeiv, with violence, upon Sarah.Bri
10 July 1859 - Weekly Mail (London) - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA.

THE DRAMA.

STRAND.—That celel — nTit — ei French mine La Marquise de Senneterre which has been so profitably worked by English dramatists, and notably by Messrs. Tom Taylor and Charles Reticle, in Masks and Paces, has been turned to yet further account in a comedietta called A School for C
10 July 1859 - Weekly Mail (London) - London, London, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF ABDUCTION.

EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF ABDUCTION.

Thomas Bailie, described in the calendar as a labourer, aged 26, but who looked very much older, was indicted at the Central Criminal Court on Wednesday for unlawfully taking Ann Green out of the possession and against the will of Samuel Green, her father, she being unmarried an
10 July 1859 - Weekly Mail (London) - London, London, England